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January 9th, 2001, 13:20
I decided to try out programming in Win32 asm using TASM 5.0 a simple *Hello World* from Masta's tut in Win32 asm. I managed to covert it to its Win32 .OBJ file and link it to produce the executable. My problem is when i tried to execute the Hello.exe file no output was displayed. I followed the instructions in Masta's tut to the letter but i was not able to produce/displayed the output even though the file was compiled/linked with no errors. Can anyone point me the direction because i may have missed something.

Thanks alot,

January 9th, 2001, 18:01
Win32ASM is a lot easier if you use MASM32 by Hutch. It is available at http://masm32.cjb.net/ . It comes with loads of libraries, include files, and utilities that make Win32ASM much easier, especially for the beginner.

January 10th, 2001, 03:29
and i HIGHLY recommend using iczelions win32asm tutorials (http://win32asm.cjb.net) to learn win32asm. he writes very, very well, and explains every aspect of the code. he also goes along through the tuts at a perfect pace. starts of slowly with a nice hello-world, and continues to move through teaching you more and more

January 10th, 2001, 14:20
I've downloaded the file from http://masm32.cjb.net. Also i visit the Iczelion's site and downloaded his tuts. Thanks for pointing me to the right direction.